Originally Posted by REX8
2500's are not race pads and are very common to run as daily driving pads.
Further, EBC yellows, while lacking the bite of more serious track pads, are widely hald to hold up just fine for someone just starting out. They are EASY on rotors, and have longevity comparable with other pads. They just lack bite at high temps.
Have you even used either of those pads before?
In the 2nd part of my post, talking about not street-driving track pads, I wasn't talking specifically about 2500s (which I know aren't track pads), or the yellows. I was talking about actual race pads, which don't stop well and wear crazy fast when they're not up to temperature. Perhaps those comments weren't relevant... I did skim several posts.
And if a pad is capable of not biting at high temps for a reason other than because it's melting away so fast it doesn't provide any friction, I'd love to hear it.